North Wales Police are recruiting for new police officers with a salary of £24,091 to £28,047 for full time employment as they are desperate for officers; regardless of whether you have a criminal conviction or not there’s a good chance they will take you on.
An investigation by a tabloid newspaper has revealed that there are 25 officers on North Wales Police’s books that have a criminal conviction.
Of the bad cops:
- 18 are Constables
- 2 are Detective Constables
- 4 are Sergeants
The convictions include:
- possession of controlled drugs
- drunk and disorderly
- obtaining property by deception
- cruelty to animals
- data protection breaches
- common assault
- criminal damage
- disorderly behaviour
- breaching COVID regulations
With regards to hiring cops with a conviction the force said forces should not recruit those with cautions or convictions which may call into question the integrity of the applicants or the police service; each case should be dealt with on its own individual merit.
Forces with the most convictions are:
- Met Police -150
- North Wales Police – 25
- Cheshire Police – 23
- Kent and Essex Police – 23
- Thames Valley and Hampshire Police – 22
- Greater Manchester Police – 15
- Avon and Somerset Police – 13
- Leicestershire Police – 11
- Dorset Devon and Cornwall Police -10
- Sussex Police – 8
Heddlu Gwent Police revealed that three of their officers have criminal convictions a Detective Sergeant, a Police Constable, and a Detective Constable. Their convictions are for drink driving, criminal damage, and violent behaviour.
Dyfed Powys Police refused to comment if any serving officers have criminal convictions saying it would cost too much to retrieve the information.
Pictured above are PC Wayne Couzens, 48, convicted of kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard, PC Jamie Lewis pleaded guilty to misconduct in a public office after taking pictures of murdered sisters Bibaq Henry and Nicole Smallman, PC Jamie Rayner was jailed in November for assaulting a female cop during a controlling and coercive relationship.
North Wales Police over the last few years have sacked a lot of officers, remember PC 2272 Shaun Parry on February 19th 2019 faced a misconduct hearing, on the 5th of May 2018, Parry was alleged to have behaved inappropriately towards a female colleague whilst on duty. Parry was sacked
Shaun Parry is pictured below with the ex-Chief Constable Marc Polin.
Not forgetting Marc Polin who received a smack in the face from one of his colleagues for having an affair with this person’s wife. When Marc Polin was the Chief Constable on June 6th 2016, he chaired a misconduct hearing where DC 1651 Martin Parmley appeared and was sacked by the force.
Parmley at an earlier date pleaded guilty at Wrexham Magistrates Court to three offences contrary to the Computer Misuse Act 1990, another North Wales Police officer sacked!
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson said “he has admitted that the ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ scheme may have contributed to the spread of coronavirus.
Below is a picture of ex-DC 1651 Martin Parmley and his wife eating out to help out at subway on Mostyn St in Llandudno. Finally, only today a police employee pleaded guilty at Mold Crown Court to accessing highly sensitive information from the forces computer to please her partner. In court to save going to prison she tells the judge she has a history of mental health problems and has self-harmed; she didn’t have mental health problems when she was retrieving sensitive information off the computer.
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JFT97 – YNWA